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Magazine Art: Household Items

Here are the ads for the common everyday household things you need to have around to keep the place clean and running. And also the objects of beauty that make life worthwhile. A little bit of decoration, a little bit of dirt removal.

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by Andrew Loomis
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Infant child has gone to sleep sitting in his high chair in a modern Standard kitchen. Published in the January, 1926 issue of GOOD HOUSEKEEPING. Artist: Andrew Loomis Source: Susan Mac Gregor, who sells printed paper and ephemera at Whimzy Treasures Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Household Items, Plumbing and Fixtures, home, happy, safe, safety, nap
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Ad for Singer Sewing Machines, already by this time at their fortieth anniversary. Published in the November, 1896 issue of COSMOPOLITAN. Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Household Items, Small Appliances, clothing, repair, maintenance, sew
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Ad for Standard Plumbing Fixtures, from the mid-1920's, and possibly published in WOMAN'S HOME COMPANION. Note basic design and layout similarity to the 1925 ads.
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by Maxfield Parrish
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Classic Parrish advertisement for Edison Mazda, famous from calendars and prints. Published in a 1918 issue of THE WORLD'S WORK. Artist: Maxfield Parrish Source: eBay seller daysoffuturepast, who also sells printed materials from her personal website. Restoration by: magscanner
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by Andrew Loomis
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Beautiful tiled and painted bathroom looks like something from a fantasy book. Published in the March, 1928 issue of the LADIES' HOME JOURNAL. Artist: Andrew Loomis Source: Susan Mac Gregor, who sells printed paper and ephemera at Whimzy Treasures Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Household Items, Plumbing and Fixtures, storybook, decoration, colors
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The Gold Medal Glenwood can use coal, wood, or gas, and comes with Thermolator temperature control, three ovens, four gas burners, and four covers for coal. From the Weir Stove Co. of Taunton, MA. Published in the November, 1922 issue of GOOD HOUSEKEEPING. Artist: Source: eBay seller daysoffuturepast, who also sells printed materials from her personal website. Restoration by: jess at daysoffuturepast
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The joy of making things! Popular in today's Maker culture. Thousands of parents are buying Stanley Tool Assortments for their boys to use during the summer vacation. So many little things around the house.... Like a Manual Training course. Published in the June, 1923 issue of AMERICAN BOY. Source: Magazine collector Steve Davis Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Household Items, Tools, job, kit, construction, repair
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by Willy Pogany
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Aeolus, god of winds, blew upon the rainbow and colored all the world. Just so the skillful colorists of Mohawk etc. Great picture of the god blowing color into a rug, held up under a rainbow by colorfully dressed Medieval peasants. Looks like a faun playing panpipes off in the woods. Published in an unidentified 1920's magazine. Artist: Willy Pogany Source: eBay seller daysoffuturepast, who also sells printed materials from her personal website. Restoration by: jess at daysoffuturepast
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Ad for Standard Plumbing Fixtures, from the July, 1925 issue of the DELINEATOR. The night light isn't exactly plumbing, but it keeps baby from getting scared, and incidentally shows off the beauty of all those modern fixtures.
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Happy mother and child with clean clothes ... and a large appliance with a strange name and an even stranger appearance. Kind of like a duck. The actual name of the company is the "1900 Washer Company," of Binghamton, NY. Published in the November, 1920 issue of the LADIES' HOME JOURNAL. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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by Norman Price
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Young mother taking measurements to see how her child has grown. Beautiful modern bathroom from Standard. Published in an unidentified 1926 magazine. Artist: Norman Price Source: Susan Mac Gregor, who sells printed paper and ephemera at Whimzy Treasures Restoration by: magscanner
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Enameled steel tea kettle and aluminum double boiler are two examples of Aladdin cookware. Nice patterns of grain set off otherwise unremarkable text blocks. From the June, 1920 issue of the LADIES' HOME JOURNAL. Source: eBay seller denise-ie Restoration by: magscanner
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by Willy Pogany
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Fabulous ad for Mohawk carpets, showing the traditions of the oriental carpet in the hope that they can be found today. From the December, 1929 issue of GOOD HOUSEKEEPING. Artist: Willy Pogany Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: magscanner
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Ad for Lux laundry soap, from the October, 1926 issue of the LADIES' HOME JOURNAL.
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Ad for Edison Mazda Lamps, or perhaps more correctly, light bulbs, from a 1920's magazine. Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: Mariangela Buch
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This has more stuff going on it than are dreamt of in your philosophy, dear Viewer. Capt. Andrews on his boat, Sapolio, watches from the harbor as fireworks go off in the sky metaphorically honoring the Big Dipper, which glows so brightly that one might think it had been washed with Sapolio. A huge globe hangs over the harbor, mostly covered by a red circle decorated with "Our Monogram," the letters US for "Use Sapolio." Published in the May, 1896 issue of BLACK CAT Artist:...
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Nice painting of a service washbasin and shelf, clean to a sparkle with gold Dust. Floors, woodwork, mirrors; the Fairbank company and their Twins. Published in the November, 1922 issue of the PEOPLE'S HOME JOURNAL. Artist: Source: Charles Perrien Restoration by: Charles Perrien
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Electrify your sewing machine, with an add-on motor, if you have one of those older hand-powered machines. Hard to imagine, even in 1949, but in some parts of the country, etc. Published in a 1949 issue of WOMAN'S DAY. Artist: Source: Anonymous contributor Restoration by: magscanner
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Ad for Bradley Hubbard lamps, fixtures, andirons, fire sets, grille work etc., as published in an issue of HARPER'S MONTHLY from about 1896. Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Household Items, Small Appliances, bright, illuminated
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Rather skeletal oil-burning (AKA kerosene) stove for your kitchen; here the cook can take some time out to read the recipe book. Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove. And don't forget the Rayo lamp, especially if you don't yet have electricity. Standard Oil Company. Published in the June, 1908 issue of LADIES' WORLD. Artist: Source: Charles Perrien Restoration by: Charles Perrien
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Household Items, Major Appliances, fuel, heat, light, cooking
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Angelic woman displays translucent lingerie cleaned by product. First soap of its kind! Definitely an eye-catcher. Published in a 1949 issue of WOMAN'S DAY. Artist: Source: Anonymous contributor Restoration by: magscanner
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Ad for Kohler Plumbing wares and fixtures, as published in the June, 1925 issue of GOOD HOUSEKEEPING.
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Clean painted walls with the ease of dusting, as shown by this painting of a woman washing her dramatically dirty walls with a rag. Just a cloth, water, and the product. Published in a 1949 issue of WOMAN'S DAY. Artist: Source: Anonymous contributor Restoration by: magscanner
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Ad for Ivory Soap, from an 1886 issue of HARPER'S MONTHLY. Ivory is better known as a soap for personal use, but it's being shown as a household cleanser (sort of). Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: magscanner
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Ad showing embossed pattern Linoleum in a stylish modern house. Published in the May, 1927 issue of the LADIES' HOME JOURNAL. Artist: Source: Susan Mac Gregor, who sells printed paper and ephemera at Whimzy Treasures Restoration by: magscanner
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Colorful pictures of bowls, pans, and bottles, show how good Dust can clean your dishes with Powdered Sunshine. good for floors and woodwork, refrigerators, and walls. Published in the March, 1923 issue of the PEOPLE'S HOME JOURNAL. Artist: Source: Charles Perrien Restoration by: Charles Perrien
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Household Items, Cleaning, cleaning, Fairbank, golden, mirrors, shine
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Now, that's a happy couple! Their brand new Frigidaire stores everything, including his German white wine and her lead brick. Just kidding. Kind of makes you hungry, doesn't it. Listen to Frigidaire's "Man Called X" on Sunday nights (on radio). Published in a 1948 issue of WOMAN'S DAY. Artist: Source: Anonymous contributor Restoration by: magscanner
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Hapy mother irons her daughter's bedspread in this happy domestic scene made possible by Westinghouse. From the August, 1922 issue of the LADIES' HOME JOURNAL. Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: Mariangela Buch
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Your silent partner in the kitchen is this open-framework (no decorative sheet-metal panels to hide it behind) kerosene stove. Nothing says early last century in a period house, like having this in your kitchen. Published in an unidentified magazine in the early 1920's. Artist: Source: eBay sellers Restoration by: Mariangela Buch
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by R. F. Ingerle
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Deeply colorful ad for a vacuum that you can use yourself; you don't need to be rich enough to have a maid (unlike some of these other vacuum cleaner ads). Strong, silent cleaner, works without whining or screeching. Published in the December, 1920 issue of DELINEATOR. Artist: R. F. Ingerle Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: Mariangela Buch
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Ad for 1847 Rogers Brothers Silverware, from the Meriden Britannia Company, International Silver. Published in the May, 1911 issue of COSMOPOLITAN.
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Magical Genie of 3-in-One Oil provides you with a lubricant for your chair and your razor, and also your polish and your floor wax. Published in the October 16, 1916 issue of EVERY WEEK. Artist: Source: Charles Perrien Restoration by: Charles Perrien
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No lame back, no aching arms, if you use "Witchkloth" the magic polisher to clean your silver, metal, and glassware. Even the lady of the house herself can do it. Wonder what the secret was? Made by the Asbury-Paine Mfg. Co., of Wayne Junction, Philadelphia, and a search on that company will turn up many more ads in old magazines, but they don't seem to be around after 1897. Published in the August, 1896 issue of the LADIES' HOME JOURNAL. Artist: Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration...
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Household Items, Cleaning, shine, bright, value, polishing, metallic
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by M. C. Woodbury
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Somebody's having a lot of fun in this ad for Nashua blankets, from a 1919 issue of the LADIES' HOME JOURNAL. Artist: M. C. Woodbury Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: Mariangela Buch
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Retro fashion style demonstrates the modernity of the new product, by reference to the new fashions as seen on the street in the 1920's! Woodcut by Edward A. Wilson, vs. uncredited sketch. Were they wearing these styles when your heating plant was installed? Published in an unidentified magazine in the early 1920's. Artist: Source: eBay sellers Restoration by: Mariangela Buch
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Ad for Standard Plumbing Fixtures, from the September, 1925 issue of GOOD HOUSEKEEPING.
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Seed ads should have color! Focus first on the upper right, with the glorious bundle of flowers, then on the lower left where the gardener (more like a farmer, really, with that much land) is working hard. Then the big juicy melon at lower right. Finally you read the tombstone with the pitch: you have only one chance a season, so use the trusted varieties that we've concentrated on over our sixty years of experience -- that's two errors in one sentence. Published in the February, 1920 issue of...
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Tiny diamonds of Lux keep undies "trousseau-lovely" three times as long. Shown: buttercup-yellow petticoat, inexpensive yet lovely enough for a bride. And there she is, lounging in the purple chair while Lux does all the work. Faster, richer, gentler suds. Published in a 1949 issue of WOMAN'S DAY. Artist: Source: Anonymous contributor Restoration by: magscanner
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Classic bathroom fixtures of the 1920's can be keep spotless and sanitary by the use of Bon Ami in cake or powder form. From the October, 1925 issue of PICTORIAL REVIEW. Source: Charles Perrien Restoration by: Charles Perrien
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Color-fast tiny diamonds ask you to judge if a washed sample of patterned cloth is same color and saturation as an unwashed dress. It had better be, or someone in the art department is going to need a new job. Published in a 1949 issue of WOMAN'S DAY. Artist: Source: Anonymous contributor Restoration by: magscanner
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Ad for Maytag Electric Washers, from the August, 1916 issue of GOOD HOUSEKEEPING.
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Fortified with liver! Dog wants, wants; hangs on leash. Published in a 1948 issue of WOMAN'S DAY. Artist: Source: Anonymous contributor Restoration by: magscanner
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Extra strong! This clothespin, shown actual size (in the magazine) was colorful, and... plastic. Published in a 1947 issue of WOMAN'S DAY. Artist: Source: Anonymous contributor Restoration by: magscanner
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Dress up for better business. Shown: Pacific Telephone offices. Published in the June 6, 1931 issue of the LITERARY DIGEST. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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Ad for Frigidaire Refrigerators, from the December, 1937 issue of GOOD HOUSEKEEPING. "All porcelain models equipped as illustrated" does mean that each comes with a Santa Claus wearing an installation toolbelt. We don't know who the artist was, but he was obviously "School of Coke." Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: magscanner
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Beautiful kitchen -- but quick! Just put new shelving paper down, with this trim edge. Perhaps it is not the current fashion, but this 1947 woman looks happy. Published in a 1947 issue of WOMAN'S DAY. Artist: Source: Anonymous contributor Restoration by: magscanner
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New Perfection Oil Range, with Superfex burners, shown in this elaborate drawing of city and farm, town, and village, all places where the product is now being used nation-wide--even in suburbs and farms where there is no city gas. Definitely a contender for the most-lines per advertising drawing, and an eye-catcher. Published in the March, 1923 issue of the PEOPLE'S HOME JOURNAL. Artist: Source: Charles Perrien Restoration by: Charles Perrien
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For gay Easter eggs, use Paas egg dyes, says Thumper, in a Disney tie-in. Published in a 1948 issue of WOMAN'S DAY. Artist: Source: Anonymous contributor Restoration by: magscanner
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I thought this linoleum had lost its beauty forever. Photo of a woman, presumably referring to the fancy kitchen design, with floor half waxed. Published in the December, 1946 issue of WOMAN'S DAY. Artist: Source: Anonymous contributor Restoration by: magscanner
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by Cushman Parker [probably, but not signed]
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Fresh new linoleum in five minutes, thanks to the maid and to Bon Ami. Affinity for grease and grime. Fairly startling! Published in the November, 1919 issue of the PEOPLE'S HOME JOURNAL. Artist: Cushman Parker [probably, but not signed] Source: Charles Perrien Restoration by: Charles Perrien
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Quickly cuts spattered burned-in grease. Interesting stove design here, too; compare with the ones in our Major Household Appliances section. From the June, 1917 issue of HEARST'S MAGAZINE. Source: Charles Perrien Restoration by: Charles Perrien
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Ad for Pearline Washing Compound, a Scientific Soap, from the March, 1900 issue of the WOMAN'S HOME COMPANION.
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Better coffee with a cleaner pot. Boil it out with Gold Dust and let the Gold Dust Twins make your coffee taste better. For dishes, cut glass, and silver, too. From Fairbank, and don't run out! Buy a spare. Published in the February, 1920 issue of the PEOPLE'S HOME JOURNAL. Artist: Source: Charles Perrien Restoration by: Charles Perrien
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"I knew he'd consent!" to getting floors of Blabon Art Linoleums. Two women chatting in front of the fireplace. Published in the November, 1920 issue of the LADIES' HOME JOURNAL. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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Let's get right down to brass tacks: Do you bathe? If not, you should leave the room now. If so, you'll be interested in this ad for Standard Mfg. Co.'s porcelain-lined bath tub. An early ad for the company that provided many of the larger, more interesting ads in this section. Published in the October 29, 1891 issue of THE INDEPENDENT. Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: magscanner
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Published in the December 19, 1912 issue of LIFE, the Humor Magazine. Kleinert's Jiffy Baby Pants, with no pins, no buttons, no tapes. Guaranteed absolutely waterproof. Published in the July, 1923 issue of the PEOPLE'S HOME JOURNAL. Artist: Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: Mariangela Buch
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Cover your windows with lace curtains of a certain charm. From the October, 1921 issue of the LADIES' HOME JOURNAL.
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Your maid can use your regular soap to wash out the icebox, here upgraded to refrigerator. Simple matter. Published in the June, 1908 issue of the LADIES' WORLD. Artist: Source: Charles Perrien Restoration by: Charles Perrien
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Better than a Cedar Chest, for you wearing and preserving your clothes. From the March, 1908 issue of McCALL'S MAGAZINE. Source: Charles Perrien Restoration by: Charles Perrien
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Dining at home in 1847. The Continental silverware pattern. Published in the November, 1919 issue of the LADIES' HOME JOURNAL. Artist: Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: Mariangela Buch
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by Georges Musaphia
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Fanciful depiction of the luxury of Wallace Plate, by an artist apparently fond of Aubrey Beardsley. From the November, 1916 issue of the DELINEATOR. Artist: Georges Musaphia Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: Mariangela Buch
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Out-of-doors spirit to make the kitchen seem larger. Published in an unidentified magazine in the 1920's. Artist: Source: Susan Mac Gregor, who sells printed paper and ephemera at Whimzy Treasures Restoration by: magscanner
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Use Armstrong Linoleum in your retail outlet. You pay for floor space...make it pay you! Great picture of an Atwater Kent distribution center / store for elaborate radio receivers. Published in the April 11, 1931 issue of the LITERARY DIGEST. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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It may be only an icebox, with no electrical cord, but it's a large appliance, and the "Leonard" has eight walls, moveable flues, air-tight locks, and a metallic ice rack. Antique ash, and only $8.75 (free shipping East of the Rockies) (try getting one for that amount nowadays). Published in an 1898 issue of McCLURES. Artist: Source: eBay seller dhtvl Restoration by: magscanner
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by F. W. Reade
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Probably it will soil easily but, even thought it be pure wool, you should have no trouble to keep it like new if you wash the garment carefully with Ivory Soap. Young woman in fashionable dress and hat appears about to buy bolt of cloth. Published in the November, 1913 issue of the WOMAN'S HOME COMPANION. Artist: F. W. Reade Source: Charles Perrien Restoration by: Charles Perrien
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Decorative floor with parquet inlays for your manor house in the European style. Published in the November, 1920 issue of the LADIES' HOME JOURNAL. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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Magazine Art: Household Items
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The miracle of the Monitor top brings a 3 year guarantee. Marked simplicity. Green texturized surface, fridge, owner, food, and a monitor top diagram showing function. Get the magazine, "The Silent Hostess" to read about food preservation and health. Published in the June, 1931 issue of GOOD HOUSEKEEPING. Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: Mariangela Buch
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Woman ironing on board floating magically in the air (actually, presumed flopped down from the wall not visible on the right). This is the housewife, not the maid, doing the work. Published in the August, 1910 issue of WOMAN'S HOME COMPANION. Artist: Source: Charles Perrien Restoration by: Charles Perrien
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Instant gas cooking: so many advantages over coal and wood stoves that they had to put the rest of the words in a booklet, "Cooking by Gas." From the largest Stove Works in the world. Published in an 1898 issue of McCLURE'S. Artist: Source: eBay seller dhtvl Restoration by: magscanner
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Inspection, accuracy, factories, mechanics, steel rules, tapes, squares, levels, hacksaws, calipers and divers, micrometers, gages, speed indicators. Hardware stores. Published in the October, 1915 issue of ILLUSTRATED WORLD. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
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Looking like something out of a steampunk fantasy, this strange machine is an early vacuum cleaner. Note that it's plugged into a lamp socket, since at this point most homes didn't have wall sockets built in. She must be pushing the hose forward, and her carpets have an exceedingly high amount of dirt on them; but never fear. Published in the April 20, 1912 issue of the SATURDAY EVENING POST. Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: Mariangela Buch
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Magazine Art: Household Items
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Sealed up tight and permanently oiled, it will run silently forever. Hipsters treasure their monitor-tops. Published in a 1930 issue of an unidentified magazine. Artist: Source: eBay seller dhtvl Restoration by: magscanner
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Young mother sitting on massive Victorian sofa, holding her baby in her arms. Baby is first -- of course! But next to him -- or her -- the Pride of the Home is the Furniture. Nice to know the Rest of the Family is Second-Rank. Clean you furniture with ivory soap. Maybe not. Published in a 1909 issue of LIFE, the Humor Magazine. Artist: Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: Mariangela Buch
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It's been around forever, but now it has new Activated Seismotite. Patent has been applied for. Oh, wait, maybe it was pumice. Published in the September, 1947 issue of WOMAN'S DAY. Artist: Source: Anonymous contributor Restoration by: magscanner
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School of Coles Phillips, or perhaps an unsigned one by the master of the fade-away. Maid washing the kitchen sink, and the enamelware pots, looks at back at you with a sly almost-smile. Published in the October, 1912 issue of the PEOPLE'S HOME JOURNAL. Artist: Source: Charles Perrien Restoration by: Charles Perrien
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Household Items, Cleaning, cleanliness, germs, disease, backroom,...